When it comes to dunk contests not held on NBA All-Star Weekend, only two participants seem to matter: Jordan Kilganon and Guy Dupuy.
Both have been heavily featured across the Internet, offering up the type of scintillating aerial artistry we only wish the pros could proffer.
That's why hoop heads nationwide are grateful that the fine folks at Hoops4Hope and Team Flight Brothers got these two superstar dunkers to collaborate on this legendary dunk-off on Friday in Miami.
Dupuy ended up on top, but we think you'd agree, we fans were the real winners. Now if only someone could convince Adam Silver to let these two into the NBA dunk contest.
How have you been spending your summer?
You've probably taken some trips to the beach or hit up the amusement park.
How has former NBA point guard Jason Williams spent his summer?
Oh, just breaking ankles at the Florida Pro-Am and dishing off no-look and behind-the-back dimes like some sort of high-top-wearing sorcerer.
Even at age 39, J-Will is still giving us that White Chocolate flavor hoop fans love to savor.
It's every fan's dream to take the field alongside his or her favorite players.
At a charity rugby match between New South Wales and Queensland in Australia, a 4-year-old boy did just that when he wandered away from his mother and onto the pitch to get a better view of the action.
That's when this happened:
When Queensland kicked off, the boy ran the length of the field and scored a try. According to Business Insider Australia, the boy was actually a Queensland fan, but when an opportunity presents itself . . .
It's understandable for a fan to want Stephen Curry's autograph. He's the NBA MVP, after all, and he just led the Golden State Warriors to their first title in 40 years.
But there's a line. It should go without saying. But apparently, not everyone knows the rules, so Curry took to Twitter on Tuesday to explain:
PSA. Noticeably following my family's car on the road for nearly 30 miles & tailing me the whole way is not the best way to get an autograph— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) August 19, 2015
Fans, don't do that to athletes.
Referee Joey Crawford is, shall we say, a character; he once was suspended by the league after a puzzling ejection of Tim Duncan.
So it was only a matter of time before he spoofed Crawford.
Best part: "What you so happy for?" followed by a technical.